A few weeks back, me and Liam went to Pizza Express and I tried one of their Leggera pizzas which have the lovely crispy thin base and delicious salad – it was amazing. After that experience, the other night I finally got round to giving tortilla pizzas a go.
Tortilla pizzas are exactly what you’d think – a flour tortilla with pizza topping. But despite their simplicity, they really do taste very similar to the Pizza Express dish that I tried. Here’s a super duper easy recipe that takes less than 10 minutes to make. Yes, you heard me. Less than 10 minutes.
1-2 Flour tortillas per person (depending on how hungry you are/the size of the tortillas)
Tube of tomato purée
Green pesto (this is optional, I just really love pesto)
Any other toppings such as different cheeses, fresh herbs or cooked meats.
First, preheat the oven to 190 degrees. Lay out your tortilla(s) on a chopping board or other flat surface. I microwaved mine for a few seconds just to loosen the base a little as they had been in the fridge, but I imagine it’s not really necessary.
Cover the bases in as much tomato purée as you wish – bearing in mind some brands can be quite rich. I used Sainsbury’s own and lathered like so: